Mothers Day Competition: Win £100 from Channel Mum to treat someone (FIVE available)

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Yes – you heard that RIGHT – and yes, we work with Channel Mum, but they have £500 to give to five different lovely mums (or dads) so that you can treat that special mother figure to a treat this Mothers Day. What a wonderful Mothers Day Competition, right?

How to enter the Channel Mum Mothers Day Competition

All you need to do is VISIT THE CHANNEL MUM WEBSITE to fill out the form on the Channel Mum site, and explain who, what and why you would like to treat that special someone in your life.

If you aren’t too sure about what to do, then some of the Channel Mum vloggers are giving you a little inspiration; how about a spa, a trip to the bingo, or even flights to come and see you if that special person is a little bit far away from you…

Channel Mum know that Mother’s Day can be hard for those whose mum is no longer with them, but this competition is open to anyone who has a special someone that they feel needs a treat this Mother’s Day, who may not be your mum, but HAS been a Mum figure to you. The most important thing is to explain in the form why you feel they deserve their treat. What have they done for you, either as a mum, or that rock in your life?

For me, my mum deserves a break – she hasn’t had it easy over the last few years, but she isn’t a big fan of fuss, or spas. She is a bit like me, and doesn’t know one end of a make-up brush from the other. The perfect gift for her would be a cleaner for a few weeks, so she didn’t need to worry about that, and a simple meal at her local pub. She’s a Northern lass at heart – just like me – and likes nothing better than a meal and a chat.

I can’t wait to see what everyone else decides is the best treat for their special ladies!

The closing date for the competition is 11.59pm on 13th March, so get thinking and entering. The terms and conditions for this are available on the Channel Mum website, so please do pop over and get more details if you want them.

This is NOT a sponsored post – but we do work with Channel Mum *obvs, as I said that already 😉💞*

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  • My mum would like to just go to a old fashion fish and chip cafe to have a meal on a wild wet seaside day.

  • To treat my mum I would take her for a drive to see the countryside as she has been unwell and not been out the house for ages and then a picnic or if she was up to it a cream tea then home to watch a DVD 💞

    • Hi there, Amanda. Thanks so much for this – but you need to comment on the Channel Mum site to enter. Cheers, Helen

  • I would treat my Mum, who makes it so much easier for me to be a Mum every day with her support, love and welsh cakes!

    • HI there, Jodie. Thanks so much for this – but you need to comment on the Channel Mum site to enter. Cheers, Helen

  • My sister is special to me, to thank her for being her I would like to treat her to a dinner, a night in a hotel and the theatre in London

    • Hi there, Joy. Thanks so much for the note – you need to comment on Channel Mum to enter though. Cheers, Helen

  • I would love to treat my mum to an afternoon tea this mothers day! I don’t get to see her a lot as we both live in different parts of the country so any time we spend together is always special

    • Hi there. Thanks so much for popping over and commenting – you need to visit the link in the post on Channel Mum for the form though, as it says above. Good luck!

  • I would love to treat my wonderful mum, she has endured a tough year due to ill health but has never moaned about it, always puts on a brave face and puts other people first. She deserves a treat

    • Hi there, Fiona. Thanks for commenting. You do need to pop to the Channel Mum site though, and fill out the form, as it says above. Cheers, Helen

  • i would like to treat my daughter who has nearly completed her degree at university and has worked so hard for it

  • My mum would absolutely love this,my dad had a stroke a couple of months ago and this would be a real pick me up for her.

    • HI there, Simon. Thanks for commenting, but you need to visit the link in the post above as detailed in the article. Cheers, Helen

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